We wanted to bring to your attention the recent incident regarding the Moveit cyber attack, as the BBC reported in their article.
We understand that data security is of utmost importance to you, and we want to assure you that your partnership with Crimson and its IT estate has not exposed you to any risk associated with the Moveit cyber attack.
As you may be aware, the Moveit cyber attack affected a specific software solution certain organisations use for secure file transfer. We want to emphasise that Crimson, as your trusted service provider, does not utilise Moveit or any similar software impacted by this incident.
We would also like to assure you that our payroll provider and our strategic Azure partner, Acronyms, have confirmed that their systems and infrastructure remain unaffected by the Moveit cyber attack. As a Microsoft Partner solely associated with Microsoft data platforms, your data security remains our top priority, and we maintain stringent measures to safeguard your information.
If you are ever affected by a data breach or cyber attack, we recommend following the guidance provided by the BBC in their article available at https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-65820603. The article offers valuable information on the steps to protect yourself, mitigate potential risks, and secure your data.
We understand that you may have specific concerns or questions regarding the Moveit cyber attack and its implications. We encourage you to contact your dedicated Crimson account manager, who will happily address any queries or provide further clarification.
At Crimson, we remain committed to ensuring the highest data security and privacy standards for our valued customers. We appreciate your continued trust and partnership and are always here to support our customers.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.